The ZINNG: Cocoa and Improbable Weapons

At Mystery Fanfare, the Macavity nominees for Best Short Story discuss the importance of first lines.

The home of KISS's Gene Simmons is being searched by the LAPD, because something bad may have occurred there while he and his family were away.

Jon Jordan has an interview with Linda Fairstein over at Crimespree Magazine.

Anne Hillerman has taken over her father Tony's Leaphorn and Cree Navajo mysteries, and Theodore Feit of Spinetingler Magazine reviews the result, Spider Woman's Daughter.

Mystery Playground's Friday Drink with Reads is Cari Dubiel's recipe for sweetheart cocoa based on her short story “The Happiest of Endings,” which you can go read over at Kings River Life.

Hat tip to Gizmodo for referring us to this montage of the weirdest movie weapons:

An Improbable Weapon Supercut from Burger Fiction on Vimeo.

Comments

  1. Peter DiChellis

    Great stuff! Especially liked the Macavity First Lines discussion and the weird weapons from movies video. The killer hat from Goldfinger is a classic. Wish they’d also included the pneumatic cattle punch from No Country for Old Men. I think I’ll never tire of watching that movie.

    Best wishes,
    Peter DiChellis

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